Canada: THE DOMINION: There'll Always Be a Canada

After six withering years of superexpensive war, Britain could no longer, as before 1939, buy some $400 million worth of goods from Canada every year. Canada, a country that lives by exporting, stood to lose her best customer. Indirectly, Britain's finances posed a worrisome problem to the U.S. too: if Canadians could not sell to Britain, Canada would not be able to buy over $400 million worth of goods annually from the U.S., as she had done before the war. What it all added up to was this: unless Britain got money...

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